With the exception of the high season (December 15th -January 15th) Arawak House may be rented at the following rates:

$1,100.00 per week – 1-2 Guests
$1,300.00 per week – 3-4 Guests
10% Discount for a stay of 3 weeks or more

The rates for the high season (December 15th – January 15th) are:

$1,500.00 per week – 1-2 Guests
$1,650.00 per week – 3-4 Guests
10% Discount for a stay of 3 weeks or more

To inquire about renting Arawak House please email: arawakmow@gmail.com

Finally a place truly off the beaten path.

Stayed for a week this June. Fantastic location in the out islands of the Bahamas. The place is so well kept and quiet, it is the perfect getaway for anyone who requires peace and quiet, as well as those who want to explore. Lots to do in and on the water, which is right out your door! We rented a 18.5′ open boat from Waterways Boat rentals on MOW and they were the best. So kind, picked us up in Marsh Harbor and started our rental immediately. I can’t say enough about this beautiful place. The house, the island and the people. Be sure to get to Tilloo Bank for Shelling and Tahiti Beach for a nice stroll. WOW. Harbors Edge in Hopetown has REAL key lime pie, the best.

TL | Pasadena | June 2012

10 years later, I still feel like it was a great decision.

We honeymooned in this house 10 years ago this year. The house, the dock, the island, were spectacular. The hose is on the beach literally with the porch on stilts over the water. Your view from the bedroom is the boats on moorings right out front. The owner’s helped us rent a boat to get around, a man o war skiff, which to date was one of my best boating experiences of my life. My wife and I had a great time. Quiet and peaceful. Warm days, and warm water. Everything you think of when you think of a vacation. I would recommend this house to anyone who wants to get away to a slower pace and unwind.

We plan to return, and for sure will go back to Arawak Cottage.

Scott W. | Long Beach CA | July 2001

Our family has been a part of the Man O War community since the late 1940’s. We believe it to be a very special place. We are happy to answer any questions you have about Arawak House and about the area.